When a victim’s life is on the line, emergency medical technician, senior Alex Sha is the first person to come out of the ambulance doors to register emergency, real or fake.
Drunk driving is an issue that has plagued high schools for decades. The question is, will this event make an impact?
The Every Fifteen Minutes program that occured on April 1 at RHS was featured on NBC’s The Today Show on April 5.
Video footage covering the drunk driving accident staged by SADD’s Every Fifteen Minutes on March 30 during lunch.
Kristina Gonzalez talks to EMS Chief Morgan Kee about Every 15 Minutes, Prom Night, OTC medicine and drunk driving.
The biennial event, Every 15 Minutes, stages a car accident in front of RHS to raise awareness for drunk driving.
Have your parents ever told you to be responsible behind the wheel, to always pay attention to the road and to never drink and drive…? Well, you may want to take your parents advice into consideration.
Every 15 minutes, a student dies from drunk driving, and on March 30 during the school day, members of Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) must pretend to die from an alcohol-related car crash.
The student obituaries are posted on their individual lockers after the grim reaper pronounce them dead.